Five selected publications

Below are reported the selected five publications that I think represent the most relevant contributions to the advancement of the knowledge since in a permanent position. In these publications, I applied my ecological background to an inter-disciplinary research question trying to change the core-disciplinary perspectives.

  • Massolo Alessandro, Andrea Simoncini, & Thomas Romig (Accepted). The ‘bridge effect’ by intermediate hosts explains differential distributions of Echinococcus TREPAR Trends in Parasitology 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 9.014; 2/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  • Massolo A., Klein C. & K. Kowalewska (2019). European Echinococcus multilocularis Identified in Patients in Canada. New England Journal of Medicine 381:384-385 (IF 2020: 91.245; 1/160 Medicine, General & Internal) [MA, CA]
  • Romig T., Deplazes P., Jenkins D., Giraudoux P., Massolo A., Craig P.S., Wassermann M., Takahashi K., M. de la Rue (2017). Ecology and life cycle patterns of Echinococcus In Echinococcus and Echinococcosis, Part A, Editors R.C.A Thompson, P. Deplazes, A.J. Lymbery, United Kingdom, Academic Press, Advances in Parasitology 95(5):213-292 (IF 2019 = 7.137; 2/38 Parasitology) [MA for North America; CEA for the rest]
  • Liccioli S., Giraudoux, P. Deplazes & A. Massolo (2015). Wilderness in the ‘city’ revisited: different urbes shape transmission of Echinococcus multilocularis by altering predator and prey communities. TREPAR Trends in Parasitology 37(1):297-305. doi: 10.1016/ (IF 2019 = 6.918; 3/38 Parasitology; 8/101 Multidisciplinary) [MA, CA]
  • Massolo A., Liccioli, C. Budke & C. Klein (2014). Echinococcus multilocularis in North America: the big unknown. (Invited review paper as “State of the art speakers”) Parasite 21(73):1-13 DOI  (IF 2017 = 2.069; 18/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]

Complete list of publications

Since I started my academic career I contributed to the publication of research papers in several fields and with different roles.

ROLE. To aid reviewing my scientific contributions, I used a coded system to facilitate understanding my role in each paper. In papers related to population responses to environmental changes, I had a relevant role (main author, below indicated as [MA]) in manuscript writing, complete or partial data collection, and analysis, and I may or may not be the corresponding author ([CA]). In these papers I usually stimulate my graduate students to write the first draft of the paper and I let them be the first author. In papers related to animal behaviour and physiology my contributions were in the formulation of hypotheses and in data analysis and manuscript editing (Hypothesis and Data Analysis, [HDA]). In contributions on mathematics and information technology applications, I not only provided expertise and data on the biological problem, but I also contributed to the development of the technology or of the analytical procedure, e.g. development of software and algorithms (Content Expert and Application, [CEA]). In the publications on biomedical research, my contribution was in the design of experiments, data analysis, and writing of material and methods, and results sections (Experimental design and/or Data Analysis, [EDA]).

AUTHORSHIP. I stimulate my students to write the first manuscript draft after having discussed the objectives, key results and discussion with me. If they provide me a complete draft, despite the amount of revision work needed for having a paper acceptable for submission, I let them be the first author and I position myself as last author, keeping the corresponding author role (CA in the list provided in the Main contributions box). When my contribution is major, I use the notation ‘equally contributed to the paper’ for the student and myself. I tend to include among the authors all the people whose contribution was significant in terms of development of the project and research hypotheses, data collection and analysis, and of writing of the manuscript.

See below the list of publications (as under revision, accepted/published contributions as papers in peer review journals, published proceedings listed in ISI Web of Science, books or book chapters) and congress participations (also published but not listed in ISI Web of Science). When available, journal impact factor (IF) or Journal Citation Indicator (JCI)(related to the year of publication or the closest) and rank in the subject category are reported (e.g. IF 2021 = 6.41; 3/70 Infectious Diseases), in bold when in the top 10% percentile, and in bold underlined when the absolute top of the category. As for authors, in bold are reported the graduate students, in bold underlined the undergraduate students.


  1. Mori Kensuke, Alessandro Massolo, Danielle Marceau & Emmanuel Stefanakis. Modelling the epidemiology of zoonotic parasites transmitted through a predator-prey system in urban landscapes: the Calgary Echinococcus multilocularis Coyote Agent-based model (CEmCA). Landscape and Urban Planning 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 6.142; 17/166 Ecology; 2/43 Urban Studies; 14/125 Environmental Studies) [CA]
  2. Santa Maria Alejandra, Gerald Umhang, Claudia Klein, Danielle Grant, Kathreen Ruckstuhl, Marco Musiani, John Gilleard & Alessandro Massolo. Nuclear and mitochondrial markers unravel the debate regarding the invasion of the European strains of Echinococcus multilocularis in North-America, Science Advances 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 14.143; 5/72 Multidisciplinary Sciences) [MA, CA]
  3. Petroni Luca, Paola Fazzi, Marco Lucchesi, Fabio Viviani, Giovanni Speroni, Nicola Raffaelli, Giovanni Andrea Bertola, Mosè Borrini & Alessandro Massolo Integration of opportunistic data to describe recent wolf (Canis lupus) recolonization of an Alpine-like ecosystem in the Northern Apennines, Italy. European journal of Wildlife Research 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 1.983; 58/175 Zoology; 109/166 Ecology) [MA, CA]

Published, in press or accepted Peer Reviewed Papers

  1. Massolo Alessandro, Andrea Simoncini, & Thomas Romig (Accepted). The ‘bridge effect’ by intermediate hosts explains differential distributions of Echinococcus Trends in Parasitology 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 9.014; 2/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  2. Casulli Adriano, Alessandro Massolo, Urmas Saarma, Gérald Umhang, Federica Santolamazza & Azzurra Santoro (Accepted). Species and genotypes belonging to Echinococcus granulosus sensu lato complex causing human cystic echinococcosis in Europe (2000-2021): a systematic review approach. Parasites & Vectors 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 3.876; 3/23 Tropical Medicine; 8/38 Parasitology) [EDA]
  3. Di Franco Gregorio, Alice Usai, Margherita Piccardi, Perla Cateni, Matteo Palmeri, Luca Emanuele Pollina, Niccola Funel, Federica Marmorino, Chiara Cremolini, Luciana Dente, Alessandro Massolo, Vittoria Raffa & Luca Morelli (Accepted). Zebrafish patient-derived xenograft model to predict treatment outcomes of colorectal cancer patients. Biomedicines 00(00):000-000 (IF 2020 = 6.081; 65/295 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; 69/188 Medicine, Research & Experimental) [EDA]
  4. Porter E., M. A. Seguin, M. Estrada, D. Szlosek, A. Massolo & D. R. Visscher (2022). Assessing the potential for infections of Echinococcus multilocularis in dogs in a hotspot of human alveolar echinococcosis infections in North America. Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports 29: 100704 (IJC 2020 = 0.550; 26/42 Parasitology; Veterinary Sciences 97/167) [EDA]
  5. Toni Mingozzi, Pierpaolo Storino, Giampalmo Venuto, Alessandro Massolo & Giacomo Tavecchia (2022). Climate warming induced a stretch of the breeding season and an increase of second clutches in a passerine breeding at its altitudinal limits, Current Zoology, Volume 68, Issue 1, February 2022, Pages 9–17, (IF 2021 = 2.624; 25/174 Zoology) [HDA]
  6. Mori Emiliano, Ettore Fedele, Ilaria Greco, Margherita Giampaoli Rustichelli, Alessandro Massolo, Silvia Miniati, Francesca Puppo, Giacomo Santini & Marco Zaccaroni (2022). Spatiotemporal activity of the pine marten Martes martes: insights from an island population. Ecological Research 37(1), 102– 114. (IF 2020 = 1.917; 112/166 Ecology) [HDA]
  7. Gostischa Julia, Alessandro Massolo & Rochelle Constantine. Multi-species Feeding Association dynamics driven by a large generalist predator (Accepted). Frontiers in Marine Science 8:739894. (IF 2020 = 4.914; 6/110 Marine & Freshwater Biology) [HDA]
  8. Usai Alice, Gregorio Di Franco, Margherita Piccardi, Perla Cateni, Luca Emanuele Pollina, Caterina Vivaldi, Enrico Vasile, Niccola Funel, Matteo Palmeri, Luciana Dente, Alfredo Falcone, Dimitri Giunchi, Alessandro Massolo, Vittoria Raffa, Luca Morelli (2021). Zebrafish patient-derived xenografts identify chemo-response in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma patients. Cancers 13(16):4131 (IF 2020 = 6.639, 51/242 Oncology) [HDA]
  9. Santa Maria A., Marco Musiani, Kathreen E. Ruckstuhl & Alessandro Massolo (2021). A review on invasions by parasites with complex life cycles: the European strain of Echinococcus multilocularis in North America as a model. Parasitology 148(13): 1532-1544 (IF 2020 = 3.234; 11/38 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  10. Massolo Alessandro, Amanda Gerber, Gerald Umhang, Colin Nicholas, Stefano Liccioli, Kensuke Mori & Claudia Klein. (2021). Droplet Digital PCR as a sensitive tool to assess exposure pressure from Echinococcus multilocularis in intermediate hosts. Acta Tropica 223:106078 (IF 2020 = 3.112; 4/23 Tropical Medicine; 12/38 Parasitology) [MA]
  11. Pezzo Francesco, Marco Zenatello, Giulia Cerritelli, Augusto Navone, Dimitri Giunchi, Giovanna Spano, Enrica Pollonara, Alessandro Massolo, Anna Gagliardo, Nicola Baccetti (2021). Productivity changes in the Mediterranean Sea drive foraging movements of yelkouan shearwater Puffinus yelkouan from the core of its global breeding range. Marine Ecology 2021;00:e12668 (IF 2020 = 693; 59/110 Marine & Freshwater Biology) [HDA]
  12. Santa Maria A., Rezansoff Andrew M., Chen Rebecca, Gilleard John S., Musiani Marco, Ruckstuhl Kathreen E. & Alessandro Massolo (2021). Deep amplicon sequencing highlights low intra-host genetic variability of Echinococcus multilocularis and high prevalence of the European-type haplotypes in coyotes and red foxes in Alberta, Canada. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 15(5):e0009428 (IF 2019 = 3.885; 1/23 Topical Medicine; 5/38 Parasitology) [MA]
  13. Houston Stan, Belga S, Buttenschoen K, Cooper R, Girgis S, Gottstein B, Low G, Massolo A, MacDonald C, Müller N, Preiksaitis J, Sarlieve P, Vaughan S & Kowalewska-Grochowska K. (2021). Epidemiological and Clinical Characteristics of Alveolar Echinococcosis: An Emerging Infectious Disease in Alberta, Canada. American Journal Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 104(5): 1863–1869 PMID: 33755579. (IF 2019 = 126; 9/23 Tropical Medicine) [CEA]
  14. Greco I., Fedele E., Salvatori M., Giampaoli Rustichelli M., Mercuri F., Santini G., Rovero F., Lazzaro L., Foggi B., Massolo A., De Pietro F. & M. Zaccaroni (2021). Guest or pest? Spatio‑temporal occurrence and effects on soil and vegetation of the wild boar on Elba island. Mammalian Biology 101:193–206 (IF 2019 = 595; 54/169 Zoology) [HDA]
  15. Toews Emilie, M. Musiani, S. Checkley, D. Visscher & A. Massolo (2021). A global assessment of Echinococcus multilocularis infections in domestic dogs: proposing a framework to overcome past methodological heterogeneity. International Journal for Parasitology 51(5): 379-392 (IF 2019 = 530; 6/38 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  16. Kafle P., P. Peller, A. Massolo, E. Hoberg, L.M. Leclerc, Tomaselli & S. Kutz (2020). Range expansion of muskox lungworms track rapid arctic warming: implications for geographic colonization under climate forcing. Scientific Reports 10:17323 (IF 2019 = 3.998; 17/71 Multidisciplinary sciences) [EDA]
  17. Smith Anya F., Norman Neumann, Graham Banting, Claudia Klein, Stefano Liccioli, Alessandro Massolo (2020). Molecular characterization of Giardia spp. and Cryptosporidium spp. from dogs and coyotes in an urban landscape suggests infrequent occurrence of zoonotic genotypes. Veterinary Parasitology 281: 109115. https://doi:10.1016/j.vetpar.2020.109115 (IF 2018 = 2.009; 19/37 Parasitology) [CA]
  18. Bagnasco D., A. Massolo, M. Bonavia, L. Brussino, C. Bucca, M. Caminati, G.W. Canonica, C. Caruso, M. D’Amato, G. Guida, E. Heffler, C. Lombardi, F. Menzella, M. Milanese, G. Paoletti, A. Riccio, G. Rolla, G. Senna, E. Testino & G. Passalacqua (2020). The importance of being not significant: blood eosinophils and clinical responses do not correlate in severe asthma patients treated with Mepolizumab in real life. Allergy 75: 1460-1463 (IF 2018 = 771; 4/27 Allergy; 25/158 Immunology) [EDA]
  19. Massolo A. (2019). Recent alveolar echinococcosis cases in North America mandate further investigation. Canadian Medical Association Journal 191(48): E1338 (IF 2019 = 7.744; 11/165 Medicine, General & Internal) [MA, CA]
  20. Severino M., L. Simioni, P. Bonadonna, R. Cantone, G. Cortellini, S. Crescioli, A. D’Angelo, L. La Rosa, D. Macchia, I. Martignago, A. Massolo, F. Reccardini, D. Bagnasco, G. Passalacqua (2019). Efficacy and safety of honeybee and wasp tyrosine-adsorbed venom immunotherapy. World Allergy Organization Journal 12(12):1-6 (IF 2018 = 3.684; 13/27 Allergy) [EDA]
  21. Massolo A., Klein C. & K. Kowalewska (2019). European Echinococcus multilocularis Identified in Patients in Canada. New England Journal of Medicine 381:384-385 (IF 2020: 91.245; 1/169 Medicine, General & Internal) [MA, CA]
  22. Invik , Barkema H.W., Massolo A, Neumann N.F., E. Cey & S. Checkley (2019). Escherichia coli contamination of rural well water in Alberta, Canada is associated with zero-till farming, density of livestock and precipitation. Canadian Water Resources Journal 44:3, 248-262. (IF 2019 = 1.902; 53/94 Water Resources) [HDA]
  23. Mori K., S. Liccioli, D. Marceau & A. Massolo (2019). A community analysis approach to parasitic transmission in multi-host systems: assemblages of small mammal prey and Echinococcus multilocularis in an urban area in North America. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 9: 49-55. (IF 2019 = 2.77; 12/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  24. Santa M.A., A. Pastran, C. Klein, P. Duignan, K. Ruckstuhl, & A. Massolo (2019) Evaluation of an automated magnetic bead-based DNA extraction and real-time PCR in faecal samples as a pre-screening test for detection of Echinococcus multilocularis and Echinococcus canadensis in coyotes. Parasitology Research 118(1): 119–125. (IF 2017 = 2.558; 14/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  25. Massolo, A., Valli, M. Wassermann, S. Cavallero, S. D’Amelio, A. Meriggi, E. Torretta, M. Serafini, A. Casulli, L. Zambon, C.B. Boni, M. Ori, T. Romig & F. Macchioni, (2018). Unexpected Echinococcus multilocularis infections in shepherd dogs and wolves in south-western Italian Alps: A new endemic area? International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 7(3): 309-316. (IF 2017 = 2.77; 12/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  26. Santa M.A., A. Pastran, C. Klein, P. Duignan, K. Ruckstuhl, T. Romig & A. Massolo (2018). Detecting co-infections of Echinococcus multilocularis and Echinococcus canadensis in coyotes and red foxes in Alberta, Canada using real-time PCR. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 7:111-115 (IF 2017 = 2.77; 12/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  27. Goldsmith D.A., G. Oetelaar, S. Chalhoub, C. Klein, S. Bramer, E. Locke & A. Massolo (2018). Canine alveolar echinococcosis (Echinococcus multilocularis). Pathology in Practice, Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 253(5):563-565 (IF 2016 = 1.497; 35/136 Veterinary Sciences) [MA, CA]
  28. Macchia D., Cortellini G., Mauro M., Meucci E., Quercia O., Manfredi M., Massolo, A., Valentini M., Severino M. & G. Passalacqua (2018). Vespa crabro immunotherapy is safer than Vespula-venom immunotherapy in Vespa Crabro allergy:  a comparison study in field re-sting. World Allergy Organization Journal 11(3):1-5 [EDA]
  29. Zaccaroni M., Massolo A., Della Seta D., Farabollini F., Giannelli G., Fusani L. & F. Dessì-Fulgheri (2018). Developmental exposure to low levels of ethinylestradiol affects play behavior in juvenile female rats. Neurotoxicity Research 33(4):876-886 (IF 2016 = 942; 126/259 Neuroscience) [HDA]
  30. Schwinghamer R., A. Massolo, C. Knight & C. Klein (2018). Equine Endometrial Explants Undergo Significant Degenerative Changes in Culture. Anatomical Record-Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 301:148-153 (IF 2016 = 431; 9/21 Anatomy & Morphology) [EDA]
  31. Kermish-Wells J., A. Massolo, G.B. Stenhouse, T.A. Larsen & M. Musiani (2018). Space–time clusters for early detection of grizzly bear predation Ecology and Evolution 8(1):382-395 (IF 2016 = 440; 57/153 Ecology) [MA]
  32. Invik Jesse, Herman W. Barkema, Alessandro Massolo, Norman F. Neumann and Sylvia Checkley (2017). Total coliform and Escherichia coli contamination in rural well water: analysis for passive surveillance. Journal of Water and Health 15 (5): 729–740 (IF 2018 = 1.683; 167/251 Environmental Sciences) [HDA]
  33. Marogna M., Massolo A. & G. Passalacqua (2017). Effect of adjuvanted and standard sublingual immunotherapy on respiratory function in pure rhinitis due to house dust mite over a 5-year period. World Allergy Organization Journal 10:7 DOI 10.1186/s40413-016-0132-1 [EDA]
  34. Romig T., Deplazes P., Jenkins D., Giraudoux P., Massolo A., Craig P.S., Wassermann M., Takahashi K., M. de la Rue (2017). Ecology and life cycle patterns of Echinococcus In Echinococcus and Echinococcosis, Part A, Editors R.C.A Thompson, P. Deplazes, A.J. Lymbery, United Kingdom, Academic Press, Advances in Parasitology 95(5):213-292 (IF 2015 = 4.829; 4/36 Parasitology) [MA for North America; CEA for the rest]
  35. Maas M., A. van Roon, C. Dam-Deisz, M. Opsteegh, A. Massolo, G. Deksne, P. Teunis, J. van der Giessen (2016). Evaluation by latent class analysis of a magnetic capture-based DNA extraction followed by real-time qPCR as a new diagnostic method for detection of Echinococcus multilocularis in definitive hosts. Veterinary Parasitology 230: 20–24 (IF 2015 = 242; 13/36 Parasitology) [CEA]
  36. Pruvot M., Lejeune M., Kutz S., Hutchins M., Musiani M., Massolo A. & K. Orsel (2016). Better Alone or in Ill Company? The Effect of Migration and Inter-species Comingling on Fascioloides magna Infection in Elk. PLoS ONE (PONE-D-15-24099) (IF 2014 = 234; 17/93 Multidisciplinary) [HDA]
  37. McCormack G.R., T.M. Graham, Swanson, A. Massolo & M.J. Rock (2016). Changes in visitor profiles and activity patterns following dog supportive modifications to parks: a natural experiment on the health impact of an urban policy. SSM-Population Health 2:237-243 (JCI 2021 = 71/376 Public, Environmental & Occupational Health) [HDA]
  38. Rock M.J., T.M. Graham, A. Massolo & G.R. McCormack (2016). Dog-walking, dog-fouling and leashing policies in urban parks: Insights from a natural experiment designed as a longitudinal multiple-case study. Landscape and Urban Planning 153:40-50 (IF 2014 = 037; 1/39 Urban Studies; 4/76 Geography; 6/100 Environmental studies) [HDA]
  39. Zuliani A., A. Massolo, T. Lysyk, G. Johnson & S.C. Cork (2015). Modelling the northward expansion of Culicoides sonorensis (Diptera Ceratopogonidae) under future climate scenarios. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0130294. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0130294 (IF 2014 = 234; 17/93 Multidisciplinary) [MA, CA]
  40. Liccioli S., Giraudoux, P. Deplazes & A. Massolo (2015). Wilderness in the ‘city’ revisited: different urbes shape transmission of Echinococcus multilocularis by altering predator and prey communities. TREPAR Trends in Parasitology 37(1):297-305. (IF 2017 = 7.929; 2/37 Parasitology; 8/101 Multidisciplinary) [MA, CA]
  41. Smith A.,A. Semeniuk, M.J. Rock & A. Massolo (2015). Reported off-leash frequency and perceptions of risk for gastrointestinal parasitism are not associated in owners of park-attending dogs: a multifactorial investigation. Journal of Preventive Veterinary Medicine 120(3–4):336–348 (IF 2013 = 2.506; 6/132 Veterinary Sciences) [MA, CA]
  42. Smith A.,J. Rock, N. Neumann & A. Massolo (2015). Urban park-related risks for Giardia spp. infection in dogs. Epidemiology and Infection 143(15): 3277-3291 doi:10.1017/S0950268815000400 (IF 2013 = 2.491; 44/162 Public, Environmental & Occupational Health) [MA, CA]
  43. Liccioli S., Bialowas C., Ruckstuhl K.E. & A. Massolo (2015). Feeding ecology informs parasite epidemiology: prey selection modulates encounter rate with Echinococcus multilocularis in urban coyotes. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0121646. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0121646 (IF 2017 = 234; 17/93 Multidisciplinary) [MA, CA]
  44. Liccioli S., Rogers S., Greco C., Kutz S.J., Chan F., Ruckstuhl K.E. & A. Massolo (2015). Assessing individual patterns of Echinococcus multilocularis infections in urban coyotes: non-invasive genetic sampling as epidemiological tool. Journal of Applied Ecology (52)434–442 doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12401 (IF 2017 = 742; 13/160 Ecology; 4/47 Biodiversity Conservation) [MA, CA]
  45. Klein C. & A. Massolo (2015). Demonstration that a Case of Human Alveolar Echinococcosis in Minnesota in 1977 was caused by the N2 Strain. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 92(3):477-478 (IF 2013 = 736; 3/22 Tropical Medicine) [MA, CA]
  46. Massolo A., Liccioli, C. Budke & C. Klein (2014). Echinococcus multilocularis in North America: the big unknown. (Invited review paper as “State of the art speakers”) Parasite 21(73):1-13 DOI  (IF 2017 = 2.069; 18/37 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  47. McCormack G.R., Rock M., Swanson K., Burton L. & A. Massolo (2014). Patterns of physical activity in urban neighborhood parks: A multiple case-study. BMC Public Health (14):962 (IF 2013 = 321; 51/160 Pubic Health). [CEA]
  48. Dixon B.R., Ndao M., Tetro J.A., Maal-Bared R., Bidawid S., Jeffrey M., J.M. Farber and Members of the Food and Environmental Parasitology Network (FEPN)(including A. Massolo) (2014). Food and Environmental Parasitology in Canada: A Network for the Facilitation of Collaborative Research. Food Protection Trends 34(6):376-385 [CEA]
  49. Pruvot M., Seidel D., Boyce M., Musiani M., Massolo A., Kutz S. & K. Orsel (2014). What attracts elk onto cattle pasture? Implications for inter-species disease transmission. Journal of Preventive Veterinary Medicine 117:326–339 (IF 2013 = 2.506; 6/132 Veterinary Sciences) [HDA]
  50. Mori E., Lovari S., Sforzi A., Romeo G., Pisani C., Massolo A. & L. Fattorini (2014). Patterns of spatial overlap in a large rodent, the crested porcupine. Behavioural Processes 107:112-118 (IF 2013 = 457; 40/49 Behavioural Sciences). [HDA]
  51. Smith A.F., Semeniuk C.A.D., Kutz S.J. & A. Massolo (2014). Dog-walking behaviours affect gastrointestinal parasitism in park-attending dogs. Parasites & Vectors 7: 429-439. (IF 2013 = 251; 8/35 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  52. Klein C., Liccioli & A. Massolo (2014). Egg intensity and freeze-thawing of fecal samples affect sensitivity of Echinococcus multilocularis detection by PCR. Parasitology Research 113(10):3867-3873 (IF 2012 = 2.327; 14/36 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  53. Liccioli S., Kutz S.J., Ruckstuhl K.E. & A. Massolo (2014). Spatial heterogeneity and temporal variations in Echinococcus multilocularis infections in wild hosts in a North American urban setting. International Journal for Parasitology 44:457-465 (IF 2013 = 404; 7/36 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  54. Rock M.J., Adams C.L., Degeling C., Massolo A. & G.R. McCormack (2014). Policies on pets for healthy cities: A conceptual framework. Health Promotion International. 30(4): 976-986 doi: 10.1093/heapro/dau017 First published online: April 2, 2014 (IF 2013 = 736; 50/143 Public, Environmental & Occupational Health) [HDA]
  55. Gesy K., Schurer J., Massolo A., Liccioli S., Elkin B., Alisauskas R. & E. Jenkins (2014). Unexpected diversity of the cestode Echinococcus multilocularis in wildlife Canada. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 3:81-87 (IF 2017 = 2.777; 12/37 Parasitology) [CEA]
  56. Mingozzi T., Storino P., Venuto G., Alessandria G., Arcamone E., Urso S., Ruggieri L., Massetti L. & A. Massolo (2013). Autumn migration of Common Cranes Grus grus through the Italian Peninsula: new vs. historical flyways and their meteorological correlates. Acta Ornithologica. 48:165–177. (IF 2012 = 1.681; 5/22 Ornithology) [MA]
  57. Severino M., D. Macchia, S. Testi, G. Ermini, S. Capretti, M. Iorno, A. Massolo & G. Passalacqua (2013).Specific immunotherapy with Vespa crabro Allergy 6: 635-636 (IF 2008 = 6.204; 2/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  58. Mastrandrea F., Cadario G., Coradduzza G., Casino G., Cesinaro Di Rocco P., Condoluci M., Cortellini G., D’Ippolito G.M., Di Rienzo V., Foscherini P., Gargano D., Greco G., Lanza C., Marengo F., Minardi A., Montera M.C., Pinter E., Romano C., Scarcia G., Spina F., Ventura M.T. & A. Massolo (2013). Safety and tolerability of the probiotic formula I-PROB. The Child 1(2):1-5. [HDA]
  59. Zaccaroni M., Binazzi R., Massolo A. & F. Dessì-Fulgheri (2013). Audience effect on aerial alarm calls in the monogamous red-legged partridge. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 25(4):366-376. (IF 2012 = 1.121; 68/149 Zoology) [HDA]
  60. Marogna M., Braidi C., Bruno M.E., Colombo C., Colombo F., Massolo A., Palumbo L. & E. Compalati (2013). The contribution of sublingual immunotherapy to the achievement of control in birch-related mild persistent asthma: A real-life randomized trial. Allergologia et Immunopathologia 41(4):216-224. (IF 2009 = 0.630; 15/18 Allergology) [HDA]
  61. Liccioli S., Duignan P.J., Lejeune M., Deunk J., Majid & A. Massolo (2013). A new intermediate host for Echinococcus multilocularis: The southern red-backed vole (Myodes gapperi) in urban landscape in Calgary, Canada. Parasitology International 62(4):355-357. (IF 2012 = 2.302; 16/35 Parasitology) [MA, CA]
  62. Probo M., Massolo A., Lonati M., Bailey D.W., Gorlier A., Maurino L. & G. Lombardi (2013). Use of mineral mix supplements for modifying cattle grazing patterns to restore sub-alpine and alpine shrub-encroached grasslands. Rangeland Journal 35(1):85-93. (IF 2011 = 1.405; 88/134 Ecology) [HDA]
  63. Liccioli S., Catalano S., Kutz S.J., Lejeune M., Verocai G.G., Duignan P.J., Fuentealba C., Hart M., Ruckstuhl K. & A. Massolo (2012). Gastrointestinal parasites of coyotes (Canis latrans) in the metropolitan area of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90(8):1023-1030. (IF 2012 = 1.498; 46/151 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  64. Catalano S., Lejeune M., Liccioli S., Verocai G.G., Gesy K.M., Jenkins E.J., Kutz S.J., Fuentealba C., Duignan P.J. & A. Massolo (2012). Echinococcus multilocularis in urban coyotes, Alberta, Canada. Emerging Infectious Diseases 18(10):1625-1628. (IF 2010 = 6.859; 3/58 Infectious Diseases) [MA, CA]
  65. Liccioli S., Catalano S., Kutz S., Lejeune M., Verocai G.G., Duignan P., Fuentealba C., Ruckstuhl K. & A. Massolo (2012). Sensitivity of double centrifugation sugar fecal flotation for detecting intestinal helminths in coyotes (Canis latrans). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48(3):717-723. (IF 2010 = 1.415; 34/145 Veterinary Sciences) [MA, CA]
  66. Gargano D., Mingozzi A., Massolo A., Rinaldo S. & L. Bernardo (2012). Patterns of vegetation cover/ dynamics in a protected Mediterranean mountain area: Influence of the ecological context and protection policy. Plant Biosystems 146(Supp 1):9-18. (IF 2010 = 0.828; 115/188 Plan Sciences) [HDA]
  67. Marogna M., Massolo A., Colombo F., Bruno M. & P. Falagiani (2011). Children passive smoking jeopardizes the efficacy of standard anti-allergic pharmacological therapy, while sublingual immunotherapy withstands. Allergologia et Immunopathologia 39(2): 60-67. (IF 2009 = 0.630; 15/18 Allergology) [EDA]
  68. Muhly T.B., Semeniuk C., Massolo A., Hickman L. & M. Musiani (2011). Human activity helps prey win the predator-prey space race. PLoS ONE 6(3): e17050. (IF 2009 = 4.351; 9/73 Biology) [HDA]
  69. Binazzi R., Zaccaroni M., Nespoli A., Massolo A. & F. Dessì-Fulgheri (2011). Anti-predatory behaviour of the red-legged partridge Alectoris rufa to simulated terrestrial and aerial predators. Italian Journal of Zoology 78(1):106-112. (IF 2009 = 0.800; 87/127 Zoology) [HDA]
  70. Talarico F., Brandmayr P., Giglio A., Massolo A. & T. Zetto Brandmayr (2011). Morphometry of eyes, antennae and wings in three species of Siagona (Coleoptera, Carabidae). ZooKeys 100:203-214. (0.879; 92/146 ZOOL) [HDA]
  71. Marogna M., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Canonica G.W. & G. Passalacqua (2010). Long-lasting effects of sublingual immunotherapy according to its duration: A 15-year prospective study. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 126(5):969-975. (IF 2009 = 9.165; 1/17 Allergology, 9/121 Immunology) [EDA]
  72. Manfredini F., Massolo A. & L. Beani (2010). A difficult choice for tiny pests: Host-seeking behaviour in Xenos vesparum Ethology Ecology & Evolution 22(3):247-256. (IF 2009 = 0.830; 84/127 Zoology) [HDA]
  73. Marogna M., Colombo F., Cerra C., Bruno M., Massolo A., Canonica G.W., Falagiani P. & G. Passalacqua (2010). The clinical efficacy of a sublingual monomeric allergoid at different maintenance doses: A randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology 23(3):937-945. (IF 2008 = 2.793; 60/121 Immunology) [EDA]
  74. Baratti M., Ammannati M., Massolo A. & F. Fulgheri-Dessì (2010). Are large wattles related to particular MHC genotypes in the male pheasant? Genetica 138(6):657–665. (IF 2008 = 1.980; 92/138 Genetics and heredity) [HDA]
  75. Marogna M., Colombo F., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Canonica G.W. & G. Passalacqua (2010). Randomized open comparison of Montelukast and sublingual immunotherapy as add-on treatment in moderate persistent asthma due to birch pollen. Journal Of Investigational Allergology And Clinical Immunology 20(2):146-152. (IF 2008 = 1.254; 14/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  76. Nocita A., Massolo A., Vannini M. & G. Gandolfi (2009). The influence of calcium concentration on the distribution of the river bullhead Cottus gobio (Teleostes, Cottidae). Italian Journal of Zoology 76(4):348-357. (IF 2008 = 0.552; 98/125 Zoology) [HDA]
  77. Massolo A., Dani F.R. & Bella (2009). Sexual and individual cues in the peri-anal gland secretum of crested porcupines (Hystrix cristata). Mammalian Biology 74(6):488-496. (IF 2008 = 1.387; 41/125 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  78. Marogna M., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Berra D., Zanon P., Chiodini E., Canonica G.W. & G. Passalacqua (2009). Long-term comparison of sublingual immunotherapy versus inhaled budesonide in patients with mild persistent asthma due to grass pollen. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 102(1):69-75. (IF 2008 = 2.353; 9/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  79. Aquiloni L., Massolo A. & F. Gherardi (2009). Sex identification in female crayfish is multimodal. Naturwissenschaften 96(1):103-110. (IF 2008 = 2.126; 10/42 Miscellanea) [HDA]
  80. Schiappoli M., Ridolo E., Senna G., Alesina R., Antonicelli L., Asero R., Costantino M.T., Longo R., Musarra A., Netti E., Crivellaro M., Savi E., Massolo A. & G. Passalacqua (2009). A prospective Italian survey on the safety of subcutaneous immunotherapy for respiratory allergy. Clinical & Experimental Allergy 39(10):1569-1574. (IF 2008 = 3.556; 3/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  81. Bonacci T., Brandmayr P., Dalpozzo R., De Nino A., Massolo A., Tagarelli A. & T. Zetto Brandmayr (2008). Odour and colour similarity in two species of gregarious carabid beetles (Coleoptera) from the Crati Valley, Southern Italy: A case of Müllerian mimicry? Entomological News 119(4):325-337. (IF 2006 = 0.556; 45/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  82. Marogna M., Tomassetti D., Bernasconi A., Colombo F., Massolo A., Di Rienzo Businco A., Canonica G.W., Passalacqua G. & S. Tripodi (2008). Preventive effects of sublingual immunotherapy in childhood: An open randomized controlled study. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 101(2):206-211. (IF 2008 = 2.353; 9/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  83. Massolo A., Spalton J.A., Tear T.H., Lawrence M.W., Said al Harsusi L. & S. Lovari (2008). Dynamic social system in Nubian ibex: Can a second mating season develop in response to arid climate? Journal of Zoology 274(3):216-225. (IF 2006 = 1.413; 34/114 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  84. Raffaetà A., Ceccarelli T., Centeno D., Giannotti F., Massolo A., Parent C., Renso C., Spaccapietra S. & F. Turini (2008). An application of advanced spatio-temporal formalisms to behavioural ecology. GeoInformatica 12(1):37-72. (IF 2006 = 0.733; Rank 25/30 Geography) [CEA]
  85. Massolo A., Spalton A. & F. Al Lamki (2008). Notes on the status and conservation of the reem gazelle Gazella subgutturosa marica in the Sultanate of Oman. Italian Journal of Zoology 75(3):305-309. (0.939; 81/146 ZOOL) [MA, CA]
  86. Massolo A., Mazzoni Della Stella R. & A. Meriggi (2007). Zoning and wild boar management: A multi-criteria approach to planning. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 18(1):57-68. (IF 2009 = 0.513; 107/127 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  87. Marogna M., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Zanon P., Berra D., Chiodini E., Canonica W.G. & G. Passalacqua (2007). Effects of sublingual immunotherapy for multiple or single allergens in polysensitized patients. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 98(3):274-280. (IF 2008 = 2.353; 9/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  88. Marogna M., Bruno M., Massolo A. & P. Falagiani (2007). Long-lasting effects of sublingual immunotherapy for house dust mites in allergic rhinitis with bronchial hyperreactivity: A long-term (13-year) retrospective study in real life. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 142(1):70-78. (IF 2008 = 2.131; 10/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  89. Talarico F., Romeo M., Massolo A., Brandmayr P. & T. Zetto (2007). Morphometry and eye morphology in three species of Carabus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in relation to habitat demands. Journal of Zoological Systematics & Evolutionary Research 45(1):33-38. (IF 2006 = 1.826; 19/114 Zoology) [HDA]
  90. Mingozzi T., Masciari G., Paolillo G., Pisani B., Russo M. & A. Massolo (2007). Discovery of a regular nesting area of loggerhead turtle Caretta caretta in southern Italy: A new perspective for national conservation. Biodiversity & Conservation 16(12):3519-3541. (IF 2006 = 1.423; 12/25 Biodiversity and conservation) [MA]
  91. Beani L. & A. Massolo (2007). Polistes dominulus wasps (hymenoptera vespidae), if parasitized by Xenos vesparum (strepsiptera stylopidae), wander among nests during the pre-emergence phase. Italian Academy of Entomology, Redia XC:161-164.
  92. Massolo A. & R. Mazzoni della Stella (2006). Productivity variations of wild boar Sus scrofa in central Italy. Italian Journal of Zoology 73(2):137-144. (IF 2008 = 0.552; 98/125 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  93. Bonacci T., Brandmayr P., Giglio A., Massolo A., Mazzei A., Odoguardi R., Romeo M., Talarico F. & T. Zetto Brandmayr (2006). Agonistic behaviour of Scarites buparius (Forster, 1771) (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in relation to body size. Entomologica Fennica 17(3):340-344. (IF 2006 = 0.250; 68/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  94. Zetto Brandmayr T., Bonacci T., Massolo A. & P. Brandmayr (2006). What is going on between aposematic carabid beetles? The case of Anchomenus dorsalis (Pontoppidan, 1763) and Brachinus sclopeta (Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera, Carabidae). Ethology Ecology & Evolution 18(4):335-348. (IF 2008 = 0.943; 68/125 Zoology) [HDA]
  95. Marogna M., Massolo A., Berra D., Zanon P., Chiodini E., Canonica G.W. & G. Passalacqua (2006). The type of sensitizing allergen can affect the evolution of respiratory allergy. Allergy 61(10):1209–1215. (IF 2008 = 6.204; 2/17 Allergology) [EDA]
  96. Bonacci T., Massolo A., Brandmayr P. & T. Zetto Brandmayr (2006). Predatory behaviour on ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) by Ocypus olens (Müller) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) under laboratory conditions. Entomological News 117(5):545-551.[545:PBOGBC]2.0.CO;2 (IF 2006 = 0.556; 45/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  97. Bonacci T., Massolo A., Brandmayr P. & T. Zetto Brandmayr (2005). Non aggressive behavioural interaction in larvae of the ground beetle species Chlaenius velutinus (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Entomologia Generalis 28(3):213-218. (IF 2006 = 0.273; 66/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  98. Zetto Brandmayr T., Bonacci T., Massolo A. & P. Brandmayr (2005). Peace in ground beetle larvae: Non–aggressive outcome in Chlaenius larvae interactions. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 16(4):351-361. (IF 2008 = 0.943; 68/125 Zoology) [HDA]
  99. Monetti L., Massolo A., Sforzi A. & S. Lovari (2005). Site section and fidelity by crested porcupines for denning. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 17(2):149-159. (IF 2008 = 0.943; 68/125 Zoology) [MA, CA]
  100. Marogna M., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Canonica G.W. & G. Passalacqua (2005). Clinical, functional and immunologic effects of sublingual immunotherapy in birch pollinosis: A 3-year randomized controlled study. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 115(6):1184-1188. (IF 2008 = 9.773; 1/17 Allergology, 9/121 Immunology) [HDA]
  101. Ciprandi G., Vizzaccaro A., Cirillo I., Tosca M., Massolo A. & G. Passalacqua (2005). Nasal eosinophils display the best correlation with symptoms, pulmonary function and inflammation in allergic rhinitis. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 136:266-272. (IF 2008 = 2.131; 10/17 Allergology) [HDA]
  102. Marogna M., Spadolini I. & A. Massolo (2005). Rhinitis and asthma co-morbidity in respiratory allergy due to house dust mite: Results of an observational open controlled parallel group study in real-life setting. European Annals of Allergy and Clinical Immunology ActaMed® Library 37(4):135-142.
  103. Marogna M., Falagiani P., Bruno M., Massolo A. & G. Riva (2004). The allergic march in pollinosis: Natural history and therapeutic implications. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 135(4):336-342. (IF 2008 = 2.131; 10/17 Allergology) [HDA]
  104. Sledge M.F., Trinca I., Massolo A., Boscaro F. & S. Turillazzi (2004). Variation in cuticular hydrocarbon signatures, hormonal correlates and establishment of reproductive dominance in a polistine wasp. Journal of Insect Physiology 50(1):73-83. (IF 2006 = 2.019; 8/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  105. Marogna M., Spadolini I., Massolo A., Canonica W.G. & G. Passalacqua (2004). Randomized controlled open study of sublingual immunotherapy for respiratory allergy in real-life: Clinical efficacy and more. Allergy 59(11):1205-1210. (IF 2008 = 6.204; 2/17 Allergology) [HDA]
  106. Dani F.R., Foster K.R., Zacchi F., Seppä P., Massolo A., Carelli A., Arevalo E., Queller D.C., Strassmann J.E. & S. Turillazzi (2004). Can cuticular lipids provide sufficient information for within-colony nepotism in wasps? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 271(1540):745-753. (IF 2006 = 3.612; 9/64 Biological Sciences) [EDA]
  107. Ragusa V.F. & A. Massolo (2004). Non-fatal systemic reactions to subcutaneous immunotherapy: A 20-year experience comparison of two 10-year periods. Allerg Immunol Paris 36(2):52-55.
  108. Massolo A., Sforzi A. & S. Lovari (2003). Chemical immobilisation of crested porcupines with tiletamine HCl and zolazepam HCl (Zoletil®) under field conditions. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 39(3):727-731. (IF 2006 = 0.987; 41/128 Veterinary Sciences) [MA, CA]
  109. Anile M.A., Furno P., Gallo G. & A. Massolo (2003). A fuzzy approach to visibility maps creation over digital terrains. Fuzzy Sets and Systems 135(1):63-80. (IF 2006 = 1.181; 29/150 Mathematics, Applied) [EDA]
  110. Marogna M. & A. Massolo (2003). Sublingual immunotherapy in the context of a clinical practice improvement program in the allergological setting: Results of a long term observational study. European Annals of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Meditions Carline 35(4):133-140. [HDA]
  111. Francescato E., Massolo A., Landi M., Gerace L., Hashim R. & S. Turillazzi (2002). Colony membership, division of labor, and genetic relatedness among females of colonies of Eustenogaster fraterna (Hymenoptera, Vespidae, Stenogastrinae). Journal of Insect Behaviour 15(2):153-170. (IF 2006 = 0.967; 25/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  112. Cervo R., Dani F.R., Zanetti P., Massolo A. & S. Turillazzi (2002). Chemical nestmate recognition in a stenogastrine wasp, Liostenogaster flavolineata (Hymenoptera Vespidae). Ethology Ecology & Evolution 14(4):351-363. (IF 2008 = 0.943; 68/125 Zoology) [HDA]
  113. Zanetti P., Dani F.R., Destri S., Fanelli D., Massolo A., Moneti G., Pieraccini G. & S. Turillazzi (2001). Nestmate recognition in Parischnogaster striatula (Hymenoptera Stenogastrinae), visual and olfactory recognition cues. Journal of Insect Physiology 47(9):1013-1020. (IF 2006 = 2.019; 8/69 Entomology) [HDA]
  114. Soleilhavoup M., Fondelli L., Massolo A. & S. Turillazzi (2001). Factors influencing the adoption of artificial nests in Polistes dominulus (Christ). Behavioural Processes 56(3):201-209. (IF 2006 = 1.478; 31/114 Zoology, N 14/42 Behavioural Sciences) [HDA]
  115. Glenz C., Massolo A., Kuonen D. & R. Schlaepfer (2001). A wolf habitat suitability prediction study in Valais (Switzerland). Landscape and Urban Planning 55(1):55-65. (IF 2005 = 2.029; 44/114 Ecology) [MA]
  116. Turillazzi S., Sledge M.F., Dani F.R., Cervo R., Massolo A. & Fondelli (2000). Social hackers: Integration in the host chemical recognition system by a paper wasp social parasite. Natürwissenschaften 87:172-176. (IF 2008 = 2.126; 10/42 Miscellanea) [EDA]
  117. Massolo A. & A. Meriggi (1998). Factors affecting habitat occupancy by wolves in northern Apennines (northern Italy): A model of habitat suitability. Ecography 21(2):97-107. (IF 2006 = 3.34; 19/114 Ecology) [MA, CA]
  118. Massolo A.M.E. & A. Meriggi (1996). A new guideline for wolf management: Modelling habitat suitability. The Journal of Wildlife Research 1(3):282-286. [MA, CA]

Published Proceedings (ISI Web Of Science)

  1. Bagnasco D, Riccio AM, De Ferrari L, Massolo A, Caminati M, Manfredi A, Senna G & G Passalacqua. Serum Amphiregulin expression in severe asthma patients treated with anti-IL-5 therapy. European Respiratory Journal. Volume: 56 Supplement: 64 Meeting Abstract: 2262 DOI: 10.1183/13993003.congress-2020.2262 (IF 2020 = 16.671; 3/64 Respiratory System) [HDA]
  2. Catalano S., Lejeune M.V., Gesy K., Verocai G.G., Liccioli S., Jenkins E., Fuentalba C., Duignan P.J., Kutz S.J. & A. Massolo (2011). First report of Echinococcus multilocularis in urban and rural coyotes (Canis latrans) from Alberta, Canada. in The 60th Wildlife Disease Association Annual International Meeting, Quebec City, Canada.
  3. Watts A.G., Alexander S.M., Kutz S.J. & A. Massolo (2010). Comparing urban and rural parasitism of coyote scat in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. in The 59th Wildlife Disease Association Annual Meeting, Iguazú, Argentina.
  4. Hall D.C. & A. Massolo (2008). A quantitative approach to assessing ecosystem health management impact. in 15th Congress of the Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations, Fava-Oie Joint Symposium on Emerging Diseases, Bangkok, Thailand. Proceedings: O53-O53.
  5. Massolo A., Fava E., Monetti L., Furno P., Gallo G. & M. Anile (2003). Valutazione della visibilità radiotelemetrica in studi di ecologia animale. in IV° Convegno Nazionale Associazione Teriologica Italiana, Rimini, Italy.
  6. Franconi N., Börger L., Lucherini M., Monetti L., Massolo A., Sforzi A., & S. Lovari. 2003. Uso dello habitat nell’Istrice in due aree della Toscana meridionale in IV° Convegno Nazionale Associazione Teriologica Italiana, Rimini, Italy.
  7. Massolo A., Vacca S. & T. Ceccarelli (2003). Studi di idoneità ambientale su grande scala a fini conservazionistici: il caso del capriolo italico nel P.N. del Pollino. in IV° Convegno Nazionale Associazione Teriologica Italiana, Rimini, Italy.
  8. Sangiuliano A., Massolo A., Farace C., Cesana F., Fava E., Iantorno A., Provenzano M., Mattioli S. & S. Lovari (2003). Il capriolo nel Pollino: ieri, oggi e domani. in IV° Convegno Nazionale Associazione Teriologica Italiana, Rimini, Italy.
  9. Spalton J.A., Massolo A., Tear T.H., Al Harsusi L.S. & S. Lovari (2002). First data on a population of Nubian ibex from southern Arabia. in III World Conference on Mountain Ungulates, Saragossa, Aragon, Spain.

Publications in non-peer reviewed journals

  1. Massolo A. (1996). Applicazione dei sistemi GIS alla gestione sanitaria delle popolazioni animali. BEV, Bollettino Epidemiologico Veterinario.
  2. Massolo A. & A. Meriggi (1995). Modelli di valutazione ambientale per la Gestione faunistica. In Supplemento n. 1, Ethology Ecology & Evolution, Università degli Studi di Firenze (IF 2008 = 0.943; 68/125 Zoology).

Published book chapters, books or monographs

  1. Massolo A. & Liccioli (2016). Applying a multi-scale HACCP approach to understanding and preventing zoonotic parasite transmission in urban ecosystems: Echinococcus multilocularis and Alveolar Echinococcosis in North America. Chapter in Case Studies in One Health: Addressing Complex Problems in a Changing World. Editors: Cork, S.C., Liljebjelke, K., Hall, D.C.; 5M Publishing. Sheffield, UK.
  2. Massolo A., Ammannati M., Fanini L. & C. Bencini (2007). Exercise Book for General Biology Courses. In Italian. Edises Publisher, Napoli, Italy.
  3. Massolo A., Gilio N. & A. Meriggi (2007). Environmental Assessment Modelling. In Italian. Edited for the Istituto Nazionale della Fauna Selvatica (National Institute for Wildlife).
  4. Massolo A. (2006). Habitat evaluation models for wildlife: An application case for the Italian roe deer in the Pollino National Park. In: Moriani, G., Del Sole, E., Ostoich, M. and Nobili, I. (eds.) Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In Italian. Franco Angeli Editore.
  5. Massolo A. (2006). Structural analysis of the ecological networks. In: Moriani, G., Del Sole, E., Ostoich, M. and Nobili, I. (eds.) Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In Italian. Franco Angeli Editore.
  6. Massolo A. (2006). Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In: Moriani, G., Del Sole, E., Ostoich, M. and Nobili, I. (eds.) Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In Italian. Franco Angeli Editore.
  7. Anile A.M., Del Sole E., Massolo A. & L. Pozzato (2006). Assessment instruments: Environmental modeling, Fuzzy methods of uncertainty analysis, GIS, Environmental monitoring. In: Moriani, G., Del Sole, E., Ostoich, M. and Nobili, I. (eds.) Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In Italian. Franco Angeli Editore.
  8. Massolo A. (2006). Landscape analysis: An integrated approach between landscape ecology and biogeography. In: Moriani, G., Del Sole, E., Ostoich, M. and Nobili, I. (eds.) Strategic Habitat Evaluation and Impact Assessment. In Italian. Franco Angeli Editore.